Become A Regular Giver
People need The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre more than ever. Your monthly donation can make a world of difference in the lives of those in your community who have cancer.
With your help, we can help to make our hospitals such a special place, providing the best possible care to those affected by cancer. Your donation, no matter how big or small, can help fund life-saving research and make a lasting impact on the lives of those in need.
Join us in our mission to bring comfort, care and hope to those who need it most.
By giving regularly, you are helping to:
- fund life-saving cancer research into new treatments, such as funding doctors first steps into the world of lab-based cancer research.
- support new projects put forward by staff and volunteers, for example, funding massage guns for patients experiencing pain.
- enhance the environment across our centres, allowing us to partner with the Liverpool Royal Philharmonic to bring workshops and performances for patients and visitors.
- invest in the leading technologies helping to deliver better outcomes for people with cancer.
Your monthly donation could help in so many ways, for example:
- £5 could provide a patient with a 360° Toothbrush for patients experiencing oral sensitivity during treatment.
- £10 could provide a patient with an arts activity pack.
- £50 could fund a massage gun for patients to help relieve pain or discomfort.
- £100 could fund the cost of providing counselling to a patient who requires additional support during their treatment at Clatterbridge.
- £200 could fund the cost of a days nursing support to patients on clinical trials, allowing our patients to be amongst the very first in the world to benefit from the latest scientific breakthroughs.
Monthly giving can be easier, as this way you are able to give proportionately more than they might for just a single donation, but spread the cost across the year. It also means you will join Team Clatterbridge and stay close to the work we do and your impact on the lives of local people with cancer.
Thank you so much for your support!